FINALLY, after what we like to refer to as our unplanned Olympic hiatus, we’re back to scare and horrify you like no one else can. Jamie Jenkins (The Scream Queen Of Podcasting) joins us to celebrate “Women In Horror Month” a little late. Things start off with what we watched. As always John watched much more than humanly possible, Jamie has more normal viewing habits, and Michael J is still fixated on Leave It To Beaver as well as a new addiction.
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March 10, 2014
We're back and it's a no holds barred discussion covering Michael J's departure from the show in February 2012. Creating The Skeleton Crew, the lockout, third time's the charm with The Morbidly Made, and his return as permanent co-host at RIR. All the behind the scenes stories are told, and no stone is left unturned. Clips are featured to help drive the story. This is one episode you can't miss!
March 9, 2014
I have never had the pleasure of reading the comic Sparks,but after seeing this film I will seek them out. That right there should tell you what I think of this film.
Sparks can not be compared to other super-films because It's To Damn Good! Take the badassness of Sin City,the coolness of Spider-Man Noir, the grit of Watchmen,sprinkle in the powers of the X-Men and you're still only half way to Sparks.
March 8, 2014
Bill Murray used his time wisely when he took the stage to present the Oscar for Best Cinematography. His close friend and constant collaborator Harold Ramis died prior to the show at 69 years old.
After reading off the names of the nominees, Murray squeezed in a shout out to his friend, who died of an autoimmune inflammatory disease, saying, "We forgot one. Harold Ramis for 'Caddyshack,' 'Ghostbusters' and 'Groundhog Day.'"